Remembrance Day observed throughout the school

Remembrance Day observed throughout the school

Remembrance Day on 11th November is always one of the most important dates of the year for the school as we remember the people who have died in wars around the world.

At 11am, the whole school stopped during morning break for a one-minute silence which was impeccably observed.

Throughout the week, students and staff have been getting involved in a variety ways. Students have been selling poppies and activities have been incorporated into classes.

Today, students were allowed to come to school in their Cadet uniform. Pictured above and below is Army Cadet, Jenson Follows and Air Cadet, Harrison Swadling who were joined by head students to lay a wreath at the Old Leake Memorial.

English Teacher, Chris Lyons played the Last Post with the uniformed cadets in line with him and Head Student, Harry Clayton represented the school in the town centre service.

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